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Should Wolves Be Reintroduced to Colorado?

Naturalist Nights 2016 | Delia Malone

Delia’s passion for protecting and restoring Colorado’s landscapes to a healthy, functioning condition has led to the journey of Gray Wolf repatriation to Colorado. To answer the question “Should Gray Wolves be Restored to Colorado”, Delia will take a scientifically based, ecological approach to explore the reasons why Colorado needs Gray Wolves and address the challenges posed by repatriation.

Delia Malone is an ecologist who lives and works on the West Slope researching, documenting and assessing Colorado’s rare plants, animals and natural communities. Delia is the Wildlife Team Chairperson and Executive Committee member of the Sierra Club, Rocky Mountain Chapter.

Naturalist Nights are brought to you through a partnership between Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, Wilderness Workshop, and Roaring Fork Audubon.

Delia Malone, Wildlife Team Chairperson, Sierra Club, Rocky Mountain Chapter

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